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The Coronet Theatre is a place like no other. Our productions bring you the best of international talent in the intimate setting of our historic venue, but our doors are currently shut to audiences and artists alike.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we took the sad but necessary decision to close our doors.

The Coronet Theatre is a charity and receives no public funding.

We need your help more than ever to ensure that we continue to thrive, and deliver original art of the highest quality once this crisis has passed.

Please make a donation or consider becoming a member.

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Get closer to the action and join our Patron Scheme, remember The Coronet Theatre in your will or make a one-off donation today.

As a business

Enjoy a bespoke partnership with our unique London venue.

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Invest in our artistic vision to help us expand our audience and bring international talent to our community.

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The Coronet Bar at The Coronet Theatre

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Donations of any size support The Coronet Theatre’s unique programme of multi-disciplinary art without borders.

With the COVID-19 crisis, we need your help more than ever to ensure that we continue to thrive during this challenging time – and deliver original art of the highest quality when we are able to open our doors once more. If you wish to find out more or give via alternative methods, please contact


As a registered charity, The Coronet Theatre can claim Gift Aid on all donations to the theatre, including donations paid through our Patron Scheme. For every £1 you give, and if you are a UK tax payer, we can claim an extra 25p from HMRC.

If you have not already done so, please consider helping make your support go further by completing the Gift Aid declaration and sending it to

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Our Supporters

The Coronet Bar at The Coronet Theatre

None of our work would be possible without the help of our patrons and donors. We are hugely grateful to the following for their support:


Clive & Helena Butler, Deborah Curtis, Michael Fisher, Mimi Gilligan & Sean Carney, Ian Hannam


Kathleen & Bruce Bettencourt, Ashish & Neha Goyal, T.S. Eliot Foundation

Royal Box

Ryan Allen, Tony & Kate Best, Bruno & Christiane Boesch, Peter & Tania Freeman, Tom & Kate Glocer, Ashwini Gulati, Debbie Hannam, Eva Lindholm Ispahani & Iraj Ispahani, Georgia Oetker, Maria Clara Tucci & Reid Perper, Dag & Julie Skattum, Peter & Esther Smedvig

Proscenium Arch

Sam & Rosie Berwick, Megan & Joe Cook, Gwyn & Peter Davies, Evgeniya Fedoseeva, Connie Freeman, Edward J. Giera, Victoria Gray, Christine Hodgson, Martin & Evelyn Jacomb, Isabella & Dimitri Kullmann, Kathryn Ludlow, Whitney McVeigh, Letitia & Eloy Michotte, Jane Quinn, Julia Rochester, Gregg Sando & Sarah Havens, Antony Thomlinson, Patrick & Anna Thomson

Stage Door

Sarah Adlington, Don Anderson & Prue O’Day, Liza & Zoran Bozovic, Richard & Paola Broyd, George Casley, Gay Cheyne, Victoria Corcoran, Demetri Demetriou, Paquita De Zulueta, Rashmi Chopra & Manish Goel, Christopher & Tina Coulcher, Karen Cunningham, Neil Doherty, Tony Dyson, Kate Fleming, Diana Fulger, Sharon Gans, Oliver Goodinge, Jacky Hilary, Tara Houdek, Damien Hyland, Sophie Loudoun-Shand, Angela Massey, Richard Miles, Tara Naidoo, Edward Smith, Bridget Somekh, Solvene Tiffou, Ferry van Dijk & Ravi Rajakariar, Susan Van Noorden, Ann Wingerstrand, Eugenia Ziranova

Outreach supporters

Doug Clarisse, The John and Lorna Trust

Production supporters

Arts Council England, Austrian Cultural Forum, Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation, Institut français du Royaume-Uni, London Community Response Fund, The Goethe-Institut London, The Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation, The Royal Norwegian Embassy in London, The Royal Victoria Hall Foundation, T. S. Eliot Foundation

Accessibility supporters

Theatres Trust

and all other supporters who would prefer to remain anonymous.